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Australia Open permits protests for Peng Shuai

Concern over the unresolved fate of Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai has reached the Australian Open in Melbourne. Spectators at the Grand Slam tournament will now be allowed to wear T-shirts reading “Where is Peng Shuai?” after the organizers changed their stance on the matter. Over the weekend, the organizers had come under pressure after videos went viral: In them, security personnel forced spectators to take off such T-shirts. They also removed a Peng banner.

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